How to Calculate the Costs to Society of the VW Scandal - Wall Street Journal

But a lawsuit filed this past week by the U.S. Department of Justice on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency against the car maker sends a different message: Think big, at least when it comes to the dollar figure the German auto maker may have ...

Volkswagen criticized for withholding emails from states investigating scandal - The Guardian

State attorneys general could take further steps to try to compel cooperation. VW declined to say if it is withholding documents. Photograph: Michael Sohn/AP. Volkswagen (VW). Volkswagen criticized for withholding emails from states investigating scandal.

VW Using German Privacy Law to Thwart US Investigators: Officials - IndustryWeek

NEW YORK—Volkswagen has been uncooperative with U.S. states probing its emissions-cheating technology, citing German privacy law in refusing to share documents, two prosecutors said Friday. The German auto giant has fallen far short of its public ...

VW 'refusing to cooperate' with US probe into emissions scandal - Telegraph.co.uk

Volkswagen is refusing to cooperate with a US probe into its emissions scandal, investigators have claimed. The car giant, which is based Wolfsburg, has been holding talks with a group of 48 US state attorneys general looking into the company's use of ...

VW Refuses to Give American States Documents in Emissions Inquiries - New York Times

Matthias Müller, who was appointed chief executive of Volkswagen after his predecessor, Martin Winterkorn, resigned in the wake of the emissions scandal. Credit Reuters. Citing German privacy laws, Volkswagen has refused to provide emails or other ...

Why the Worst Isn't Over Yet for Volkswagen - Knowledge@Wharton

Volkswagen now has more clarity on the scope and size of its woes for faking emissions tests on diesel-engine vehicles with the U.S. department of Justice on Monday filing a lawsuit, nearly four months after the scandal broke. In addition to civil ...

VW blasted for shielding emissions documents from US probe - Reuters

A Volkswagen logo is shown on the front of an old Volkswagen van in Encinitas, California in this September 29, 2015, file photo. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files. By David Shepardson. Three U.S. state attorneys general criticized Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.

Volkswagen blasted for shielding emissions documents from US probe - Business Insider

(Reuters) - Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen blasted Volkswagen AG on Friday for citing German law to withhold documents from a group of U.S. state attorneys general investigating the German automaker's use of illegal diesel emissions ...

VW Diesel Reality Check: Company, Regulators Still Far Apart On Modifications - Green Car Reports

It's been months since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revealed that Volkswagen had admitted it installed illegal "defeat device" software on its TDI diesel cars. But the company still can't say when it plans to begin a U.S. recall of ...

Volkswagen looks to buy back over 100000 diesels in US - New York Daily News

You know the old saying, if you can't fix all of your faulty cars, just buy them back instead. (No one says this.) FOLLOW DAILY NEWS AUTOS ON FACEBOOK. 'LIKE' US HERE. Ok, maybe that's not something you see every day, but it appears that is the road ...

Colorado VW Owners Want Company To Buy Back Diesel Cars - CBS Local

DENVER (CBS4)– A German newspaper report by Sueddeutsche Zeitung says Volkswagen may buy back more than 100,000 of the polluting diesel cars sold in America. This comes after the company admitted installing computer programs to cheat on ...

VW may buy back 115000 US cars, report says - Automotive News

BERLIN (Reuters) -- Volkswagen Group assumes it will have to buy back about 115,000 cars in the United States as a result of the emissions scandal, a German newspaper reported. VW expects it will have to either refund the purchase price of about a ...

Justice Dept. Files Suit Against VW For Emissions Cheat - CleanTechnica

The United States Department of Justice on Tuesday filed suit against Volkswagen on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency. The suit claims the company sold almost a half million diesel powered cars in America starting in 2007 knowing they did ...

Volkswagen May Buy Back 100000 Diesel Cars in US - TruckTrend Network

Without citing sources, a German newspaper reported December 31 that Volkswagen expects to buy back more than 100,000 TDI-powered vehicles in the U.S. affected by the company's diesel emissions cover-up and subsequent scandal. According to ...

How Volkswagen Plans To Get Its Shit Together In 2016: An Explainer - Jalopnik

Volkswagen brand CEO Herbert Diess spent the first ten minutes of his Consumer Electronics Show keynote address apologizing for his company's recent emissions indiscretions. That was followed by his introduction of “The New Volkswagen,” which ...

Volkswagen May Buy Back Over 100K Diesel Cars in the US - AutoGuide.com

This is according to German publication Sueddeutsche Zeitung, which is claiming that Volkswagen will have to refund the purchase price of about one fifth of the 580,000 diesel-powered vehicles that don't meet U.S. emissions regulations. The brand may ...

VW could buy back 115000 diesel models in the US - Autoblog (blog)

The costs of Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal in the US could be on the rise because the automaker may need to buyback up to 20 percent of the affected vehicles, according to Reuters citing a German newspaper. If this plan happens, the company ...

VW brand chief said diesels will stay in US lineup - Tire Business

LAS VEGAS (Jan. 7, 2016) — Volkswagen A.G.'s brand chief isn't giving up on diesels in the U.S. market. That's despite the company's emissions scandal that has undermined the eco-friendly credentials of the niche powertrain. Herbert Diess said that ...

Volkswagen May Buy Back 115000 Diesel Cars: Report - Jalopnik

Good Morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know. Advertisement. 1st Gear: Older TDI Buybacks Reportedly 'Likely'.

Volkswagen likely to buy back 115000 cars in US - German report - CNBC

German automaker Volkswagen AG assumes it will have to buy back about 115,000 cars in the United States as a result of the emissions scandal, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Without citing its sources, Germany's daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung said the ...